Junior Indoor Classes

Dates #wks 1/2 Hour 3/4 Hour 1 Hour 1 1/2 Hour 2 Hour
I Sept. 6 – Oct. 23 7 Member $63 Guest $77 Member $95 Guest $109 Member $126 Guest $140 Member $182 Guest $203 Member $245 Guest $273
II Oct. 24 – Dec. 18 8 Member $81 Guest $88 Member $108 Guest $124 Member $144 Guest $160 Member $208 Guest $232 Member $280 Guest $312
III Jan. 2 – Mar. 11 10 Member $90 Guest $110 Member $135 Guest $155 Member $180 Guest $200 Member $260 Guest $290 Member $350 Guest $390
IV Mar. 12 – May 13 8 Member $72 Guest $99 Member $122 Guest $140 Member $162 Guest $180 Member $234 Guest $261 Member $315 Guest $351
V May 14 – Jun. 10 4 Member $36 Guest $44 Member $54 Guest $62 Member $72 Guest $80 Member $104 Guest $116 Member $140 Guest $156

2011-2012 SCHEDULE

Junior Programs will not be running on the following dates:

November 24th-27th, December 19th-January 1st, April 2nd-8th, & May 28th

USTA’s 10 & UNDER TENNIS: 10 and Under Tennis using the QuickStart tennis play format takes a new and better approach to introducing kids to the game. Balls are lower in compression; they bounce lower and don’t move as fast so they are easier to hit. This allows kids time to get to the ball and helps them develop optimal swing patterns. Racquets are sized for small hands, and the courts are smaller and easier to cover.


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Children will develop their general motor and athletic skills. The program focuses on coordination training, movement and balance skills, as well as sending and receiving skills. Games are an important part of the program and the children will be exposed to games that are both fun and tennis related. (Red Balls) 

Monday 4:15-5:00p
Wednesday 4:15-5:00p
Saturday 9:00-9:30a

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A program of movement, balance, coordination and motor skill development with a focus on self and partner rallying skills on the 36’ court. Both reception and projection activities will be emphasized. Children will learn the first stages of cooperative tennis. The children will learn how to initiate a rally, how to move and judge a ball (reception and centering skills), how to control the racquet at the contact point and control the height, direction and depth to be successful on the 36’ court. They will learn adaptive skills that will be the foundation of their future tennis development. (Red Balls) 

 

 
Monday 4:30-5:30p
Wednesday 5:30-6:30p
Friday 4:30-5:30p
Saturday 11:00a-12:00p
 

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Children will continue to learn the skills of the 36’ court. By the end of this program, a child should be able to play on either a 36’ or 60’ court using a full or abbreviated serving motion. The children will learn how to move effectively so as to ensure good position and balance for each shot. They will be taught how to adapt to different situations and how to compete in match play events. (Red Balls; Ages 7-10) 

 

 
 
Monday 5:30-6:30p
Tuesday 6:30-7:30p
Wednesday 4:30-5:30p
Friday 5:30-6:30p
Saturday 11:00a-12:00p
 
 

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Children will learn the basics of tactical play from the 60’ court for both singles and doubles. Swing rhythm on the forehands and backhands will be emphasized. The children will be introduced to topspin and will learn how to differentiate between a volley action and a ground stroke action. A variety of serve progressions will be taught and the serve and return of serve will be covered regularly. (Orange Balls)  
 

 

 
Monday 5:00-6:30p
Wednesday 5:00-6:30p
Friday 5:00-6:30p
Saturday 9:30-11:00a
 

 

Teen Beginner (13-18)           Register Online
For teens who are relatively new to tennis. Learning to rally and play is the theme of each class. The students will be exposed to all the basic skills of tennis including ground strokes, volleys, overheads and serves. The class will stress cooperation and competition in many of the drills and play situations. (Red, Orange, Green, Yellow Balls)

 
 
 
 
 
Sunday 12:00-2:00p
 

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This program caters to students who play on their middle school team or aspire to make the team. This training class will cover more advanced stroke production, consistency, serving technique and game play in a less competitive atmosphere than the tournament training classes.

 

 
 
 
 
Thursday 4:30-6:30p
Saturday 2:00-4:00p

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This class is for the competitive player who is having success in either singles or doubles and is aspiring to make their high school team. Players should be able to sustain a medium/high-paced rally with direction and depth, recognize short balls and move to the net, and are developing serves with both spin and power. This is an ideal group for a player who wants to increase their skills in time for their season. 

 

 
 
 
Sunday 2:00-4:00p
 

Tournament Development (9-14)               Register Online
This class will build on the techniques established in the intermediate class with more emphasis on match play skills including tennis rules, positioning, strategy and shot selection. (Orange, Green Dot, Yellow Balls) 

 

 
 
 
 
Tuesday 4:30-6:30p
Sunday 12:00-2:00p

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This class is for the student who has developed the skills necessary for match play and is interested in a high-paced, intense atmosphere. We will focus on getting players ready to compete in both USTA tournaments and school teams. This class will cover advanced stroke production and footwork and competitive games will be used to introduce the strategies and tactics necessary for success in competitive tennis. Tournament Training students are expected to play in USTA tournaments during their session. (Green Dot, Yellow Balls; Ages 9-14) 
 

 
 
 
Monday 4:30-6:30p
Wednesday 4:30-6:30p
Saturday 12:00-2:00p

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This class is for the student who plays USTA tournaments and/or high level middle school or high school tennis. Advanced stroke production, cooperative and competitive games, footwork, conditioning and strategy will all be part of the Tournament Elite’s curriculum. Players are expected to maintain a high level of intensity at all times and are expected to participate in USTA tournaments and pursue district and sectional rankings. Acceptance into this program must be approved by one of the BRC’s professional staff. (Ages 10-18)

 
 
 
Tuesday 4:30-6:30p
Thursday 4:30-6:30p

Match Play              Register Online
This is an affordable way to add an additional day to your tennis training. Games, contests and matches will be used to put your skills to the test. All play will be directly supervised by our professional staff.

4:30-5:30 pm – Beginner/Advanced Beginner 36′
5:30-6:30 pm – Beginner/Advanced Beginner 36′
4:30-6:00 pm – Intermediate 60′
4:30-6:00 pm – Tournament Development 60′
6:00-7:30 pm – Tournament Training/Elite 60′ & 78′

 

  **Payment, Pro-ration, Make-up and Cancellation Policies: Full payment is due upon sign up. BRC does not pro-rate programs unless a student is signing up for a program after the start date. Make-up classes are not guaranteed for any program. BRC has the right to cancel or shorten the length of a class if the number of participants is less than four people.  For more information on our Make-Up Policy, please visit  CLUB POLICIES

Indoor USTA Teams

  • Combo Leagues
  • Men’s / Women’s – October-December
  • Mixed – January-March

Outdoor USTA Teams

  • Summer Teams forming Feb 1
  • Levels 2.5 through 4.5
  • USTA Junior Tournaments

Summer Club Hours

Mon-Thu 7:30 am to 9:00 pm
Fri & Sat 7:30 am to 3:00 pm
Sunday Closed

Closed on Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, Easter and Memorial Day